a hunk-o-Broccoli (the original recipe says 14 oz) (oh, and save a few pieces to toss in at the end)
1 big onion or two small
2 big ol garlic cloves
1 leek (or if thats not convenient, maybe throw in another onion. or just dont worry about it...)
a can of veggie broth
a bit of flour
15ish oz of soy milk
1tbsp (about) soy sauce
any other random crap you wanna toss in
cut up the veggies and sautee them in a bit of olive oil. then when you are so inclined, add the broth and cook it all for a while. when the broccoli is softish toss it all (or rather, in batches) into the blender and blend it all up. here is where Im unsure of what to do next time... I think that what I would do next time would be to add some more oil to the pan and use the flour to make a roux (ya know, lipid+flour and mix smoothish but thick and cook a bit so you cook the flour) and then add a bit of soy, add the puree, then add the rest of the soy.
how the original recipe says to do it is to add the flour to the blender mix. and how I did it was put some flour in a cup and mixed it up with the puree and then added it back then added all of the soy milk and seasoned with soy sauce and garlic salt and tossed some more broccoli florets into it and cook for a while and then youre done.
the most time consuming part is just chopping the vegetables.
this was really suprisingly easy and way tastier than I had expected. I would definatly make it again.